TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
My name is Jay Renner. I have included my resume showing my education, work experience, and background. I am someone who takes pride in a job well done. I am reliable, work well with others,
and pride myself on getting the job done on or before completion date to make a company profit. I have been working in this field for over thirty-five years. In that time, I have traveled to many site locations in various parts of the country and am willing to do the same for your company. I am a very versatile employee and incorporate good leadership on team projects therefore I would be an invaluable employee to this company.
Recently I was employed with Glen Hawbaker as a General Superintendent. When the economy began to demise, our company fell from 40 million dollars in available work to 1 million dollars worth in my division. The company had to terminate 900 employees including me. I then went to American Infrastructure and again the economy was continuing to struggle. During that time, American Infrastructure let go of more than 100 employees. I am now looking for a job with your company and would be great asset. I am very interested in your company and would like the opportunity to have the chance to interview for this position.
My experience over the years varies from commercial to industrial site work, including hazmat cleanup at steel mills and landfills, foundations, storm sewers, sanitary lines to new construction in steel, chemical and power plants. I do road & bridge projects; have done projects ranging from $500,000 to 169 million plus. The most recent job was for Federal Highway Administration, building new roadway through Ft. Belvoir, Va., for American Infrastructure. I made the company over one million dollars in extras however, financial problems plagued the company and 100 employees were dismissed within two days.
My excavation projects I have done range from 20,000 yds to 8 ½ million yards in various types of soils from clay to rock which included blasting and landfill projects ranging from 25 acres to 125 acres are also a huge part of my career.
I also do demolition projects. I have done large commercial & industrial buildings, stacks, large foundations as well as other projects .
My primary duties are managing and administering heavy & highway construction and site development projects to ensure and promote good quality and job productivity, safety and development of employees. Other duties include providing field management for projects from beginning to end to include but not limited to project scheduling, change order prices and negotiation, project administration, job cost review, billings, collections, project meeting and project close-out. I manage financial aspects of contracts (fee payment, rental equipment income/expenses, etc) to protect company’s interest and maintain good relationships with the customers
I setup key field positions through Project Supt. or Mgr. and or Foreman as well as planning & organizing work. Effective communication, verbal & written within the organization as well as vendors, subcontractors, owners, engineers and all individuals involved in the project is a must for all concerned. Also enforcing company policies and procedures is very important for a safe and profitable project. Experience in estimating and scheduling using HCSS software to report job costs and other tasks is an asset also.
JAY R. RENNER
103 Fair Ave
Beverly, Oh 45715740-***-****
1500 Employees-General Contractor, Dirt Moving, Asphalt, Bridges & Mining Materials
Project Superintendent/Ft. Belvoir Highway Project Ft. Belvoir, Va.
Duties for this project are same as stated for G.O. Hawbaker
1200 Employees-General Contractor, Dirt Moving, Asphalt, Bridges & Mining Materials
General Superintendent/Project Mgr.-Western Div. Pa DuBois, Pa
Manage & administer heavy & highway construction and site development projects to ensure and promote good quality of product and job, productivity, safety and development of employees.
Provide field management for projects from beginning to end to include but not be limited to project scheduling, change order pricing and negotiation, project administration, job cost review, billings, collections, project meeting and project close-out.
Manage financial aspects of contracts (fee payment, rental equipment, income/expenses, etc.) to protect company’s interest and maintain good relationship with customer.
Plan, organize and staff key field positions through Project Supt. and or Foreman.
Responsible for recruiting, training, hiring and firing craft employees to consistently improve project workforce.
Establish and maintain effective communication within our organization and with vendors, subcontractors, owners, engineers and other individuals involved in the projects.
Interpret and enforce company policies and procedures.
Heavy & highway construction practices and techniques.
Civil engineer & construction principles
Standard & special specifications
Estimating techniques, cost control & material pricing.
Shelly & Sands Co. Columbus, Oh
1500 Employees-General Contractor, Dirt Moving, Asphalt, Bridges, Mining Materials
Roadway & Excavating Superintendent
Job Summary ( All money show in was proof on the project )
SR 161-Sunbury Project $1.5 Million
Responsible for excavation and moving dirt. Sold over 1 million dollars worth of excess dirt.
Prepared roads for sub grade,
Did excavation for MSC walls and responsible for equipment mobilization and demob & hiring of personnel.
Medina Rd. Project $450,000 Medina, Oh
Relocation of roadway, utilities & bridge.
Responsibilities included scheduling subs, attending meeting (DOT) and pricing
Extra work and hired personnel.
711 Connector $1 Million+ Youngstown, Oh
Major highway project which included building new 4 lanes.
Blasting required, moving dirt and rock, building 9 bridges.
Beaver Excavating Co.
500 Employees-Excavation, Foundations & Bridges
Rt. 33 Connector $2 Million Meigs County, Oh
Built 6 ½ miles of new super 2 lane highway.
Included moving 4 ½ million yd of dirt, blasting required.
Rock Hill Schools $850,000 Rock Hill, Oh
Prepared site for 2 schools, roadways, parking lots, football & baseball field.
Excavated 1 million yds. dirt and lot of blasting.
Mine shafts were also filled in, installed storm sewer drains, sanitary drains & water lines.
Gavin Power Plant $5 Million+ Cheshire, Oh
Excavated & blasted 8 12/2 million yds of rock & dirt to prepare for clay liner and PVC liner.
Extensive underground drainage system, roadways, retention ponds.
State Rt. 22 $1.1 Million Wintersville, Oh
Built 4 Lane Highway including 12 bridges
Other Selected Projects
Allegheny Power Co. $300,000
Penelec Ash Line Phase 2A & 2B $1.2 Mil.
Wintersville Airport $150,000
Zanesville Airport $100,000
SCM Chemicals $800,000
AEP Muskingum River Plant-Coal Unloading Facility $350,000
Continuing Education & Certifications
40 Hr Hazwoper Training Blueprint Reading Course
30 Hr. OSHA
10 Hr. OSHA/Yrly Refresher
Erosion & Sediment Control Cert-VDOT
Management Training (FMI)
Red Cross First Aid Training/CPR
Competent Person Training
MOT (Maintenance & Traffic) Courses
Agtek Pointman Training Sonic/Laser Grading Systems
Soil Compaction Techniques
GPS Laser Equipment Training